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Learning about CAFOD’s emergency aid

We respond to emergencies all over the world, reacting immediately by working through local organisations before, during and after the initial disaster. 273 more words

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Iraq Crisis Appeal: Join Hands to Bring Hope to Iraq Displaced People

Since the start of 2014 more than 1.4 million Iraqis have left their homes because of fighting. Some 850,000 people, more than half of the total number, have been made homeless in the last two months. 481 more words

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Please Continue to Support Yunnan Zhaotong Quake Relief Work

The 6.5-magnitude earthquake that happened on 3rd August 2014 had a hypocenter at 12 thousand meters and followed by over 1,335 aftershocks. This earthquake has already led to 617 deaths, 112 people missing, 3,143 people injured, 80 thousand houses destroyed, and 1.08 million people affected. 436 more words

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Parishes in Wales and Herefordshire pray for peace in Iraq

We have all watched with shock and sorrow the terrible injustices facing Christian and other communities in Iraq.

CAFOD’s response 523 more words

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Mainland Churches Actively Respond to Zhaotong Quake Relief

After the 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit Ludian County in Zhaotong, churches in Mainland China have swiftly responded to the need. Sichuan Luzhou Gospel Hospital and Zhaotong City Christian Council have dispatched their teams to Yinchang Village in Huodehong township, Ludian, delivering mineral water, instant noodles, quilts, rice and single sized shelters to the victims. 357 more words

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Gaza Crisis Appeal - CAFOD's Response

We have all watched the conflict in Gaza escalate in recent weeks, leaving hundreds of thousands of people without food, water, shelter or medical care. Thousands have been killed and injured. 619 more words

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CEDAR Closely Monitor the Updated Situation of Zhaotong Quake, Yunnan

On 3 August, 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit Ludian County in Zhaotong, resulting in  over 380 death and 1,800 injured. It is the highest scale of earthquake hitting Yunnan in the past 18 years. 379 more words

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